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Business Books: Options Education Never Stops

Posted August 1, 2012

Topics: Business books

Every options trader needs to commit to unending education, not only because the market changes constantly, but also because we traders all change and grow as well.

Every options trader needs to commit to unending education, not only because the market changes constantly, but also because we traders all change and grow as well.

If you consider yourself to be conservative, does that mean you should avoid options trading?

No!

Many options strategies are not only conservative, but offer exceptional methods for reducing and even elimining risk. This was the point made in Options Trading for the Conservative Investor, 2nd ed. (FT Press, 2010)

This book is devoted to many of the well-known and less well-known strategies, including contingent purchase and sale, rolling, ratio writing, rescue (or recovery) strategies, forced exercise, spreads and straddles, just to name a few.

To learn more about options strategies and how you can use them, also check ThomsettOptions a site dedicated to education that provides members with free tutorials, white papers, discounts on FT books and many other options books, and access to e-books written exclusively for members of the service. You can also find out more about the site on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/ThomsettOptionscom/325439530879872